Spring is the ideal time to visit Munich, the weather remains pleasant and the attractions won’t be as crowded as in the summer or autumn months. If you, like many others, are after the full Bavarian hog, head to Munich in late September for the Oktoberfest. It’s totally worth the hype, we promise!
Central Munich is compact and can be explored on foot. Most Munich tours will begin from central locations and are a walking distance from many of the city’s hotels. For those taking day trips to suburbs further afield, you’ll rejoice in the city’s excellent public transport services. Tickets for buses, the S-Bahn (trains) and U-Bahn (underground) and trams are all affordable. If you're travelling in a group, be sure to look into the group ticket options. Group tickets are available at a discounted rate and can significantly cut costs for travelers.
Munich is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch. In an emergency, dial 110 for police or 112 for fire and ambulance services. Always keep all your personal belongings safe and secure on Munich tours and when in the busy city centre. Crime rates rise considerably during Oktoberfest, so stay cautious and alert when out late at night during the festival season.
Prominent points of interest encompass Marienplatz, Nymphenburg Palace, the English Garden, Munich Residenz, BMW Welt, and the Viktualienmarkt.
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